| This coat was worn by Christopher Walken’s stunt double Pete Turner portraying the character “Hickey” in the 1996 motion picture “Last Man Standing,” starring Bruce Willis. The custom made grey wool floor length trench coat has a three button front, wide notch lapel, left breast pocket, two lower patch pockets, and rear vent. Internal Western Costume Label with "25253-I, Pete Turner, 32, 34" typed in black ink.
Christopher Walken’s stunt man wears this trench coat in the final scene when Hickey and his men confront “John Smith” (Bruce Willis) at his hideout. Smith kills Hickey’s men in a shootout, aims his gun at Hickey, but ultimately lets him walk. Hickey then stops and says, “Maybe you're the kind of guy... that would shoot an unarmed man in the back,” and Smith responds, “Done worse than that.” Hickey turns and fires at Smith, who quick draws and kills Hickey. “Last Man Standing” revolves around drifting gunslinger John Smith, who arrives in a small town in Texas during the Prohibition era that has been overrun by an ongoing gang war.
This garment was acquired direct from the “Collection of Bruce Willis”, and is in excellent screen worn condition. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity.
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